Thanks to the Vancouver Giants Hockey Club, Rotary on Ice was another winner this year at the October 23, 2016 game when Vancouver Giants played the Tri-City Americans at the Club's new venue, the Langley Sports Centre, in Langley, BC.
Rotary youth helping to sell 50/50 draw tickets at the October 23rd Vancouver Giants hockey game surround Rotary District 5040 Governor Lyn Stroshin
Led by the Tsawwassen and Ladner Rotary Clubs, with Rotoract Clubs (university students and young professionals) and Interact Clubs (high school students) in Delta and Vancouver, $1,150 in proceeds from tickets Rotary sold for that game will go to the campaign to End Polio. With a double matching grant from the Government of Canada and another from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that converts into a contribution of $5,750 towards the $1.5 billion global campaign still needed to erradicate polio completely.
Another big winner was the Boys & Girls Club which received tickets worth almost $1,700 purchased by Rotarians and others so that 94 young people could attend the game at no cost.

Vancouver Giants played the Tri-City Americans who won the game 5-4

The Langley Sports Centre, new home of the Vancouver Giants in Langley, BC

Rotarians of all ages also sold tickets for a 50/50 lottery draw at the game for a total of $5,040, with $2,520 going to the draw winner and the other $2,520 going to Rotary's youth (Rotoract and Interact clubs).

Rotary District 5040 Governor Lyn Stroshin, of the Whistler Millenium Club, sells tickets with an Interact Club member

A member of the Rotary Club of Langley helped sell 50/50 draw tickets

Rotarians Rick Lewall, of the Tsawwassen Club, with Carlene Lewall, and Mike Storey, of the Ladner Club, were Rotary on Ice project leaders

A Vancouver Giants Hockey Club official helps Ladner Rotarian Mike Storey draw the 50/50 winning ticket



Surrounded by Vancouver Giants mascots and Rotarians Rick Lewall and Mike Storey, Val Mackie took home the $2,520 win from the 50/50 draw